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443.

Merrill, Thomas W., Rev., secretary col-

lege Kalamazoo, 528, 530.
Merrimac, 456 see Kalamazoo.
Messer, Bradley, gift to society, 23.
Metean, Indian Peace chief, 488.
Methods of securing information for local

history, Dwight Goss, paper, 56-59.
Methodist, circuit rider, route, 688; in

Howell, 182.
Meyers, E. E., col., architect state capitol,

54.
Miami river, 633 see Maumee.
Miamis river, 456; see St. Joseph,
Michigan, admitted as territory, 445;

birthplace Republican party, 277; boun-
daries, 443, 444, 470, 632, 686; capitol
economically constructed, 706; comparison
appropriation historical work, 152; con-
dition 35, 93-95; 498, 499, 539-579;
divided into four districts, 631; draw-
backs to its settlements, 545; early beet
sugar culture in, 129, 130; early rivers in,
629, 630; extent, 163, 164, 447, 625; first
Bessemer steel manufactory, 587; first
state to organize against slavery, 274;
first white man on Lake, 440; Hags at
parade Kalamazoo G. A. R., disposition
of, 692; had first supt. pub. ins., 617;
history needed on subjects given, 150-
152; historical work comparison of, 21,
22, 42; lands price 544; sales of, 459, 460;
largest tonnage, 1836, 595; legal question
over statehood, 128, 129, 167; maps of
Michigan, see maps; municipal owner-
ship railroads, 100, 101, 147, 497, 501;
name for lake established, 443; nativity
noted men, 573, 574; navigation im-
proved, 593; newspapers Sentinel Mon-
roe, 576; Whig Adrian, 483; origin of
name, 440-443; paid by discounted war-
rants, 103, 104; parties, 151; population,
451, 459, 593; pride in, 622; recognized
as territory, 445; school system copied,
613; second steamboat in, 554; slavery
questions in, 127, 128; sold historic
chairs to Masons, 2, 322; sold newspaper
files, 58; statue at Washington, 27-29;
subject to Bishop of Quebec, 132, 510;
trip to 1836, 92, 93; under no govern-
ment, 131, 132; villages in 1810, 540;

waterline, 164.
Michigan Board of State Auditors, thanks

voted to, 48, 49.
Michigan Board of Corrections and Chari-

ties, gift to museum, 24. .
Michigan Cavalry, second, Col. Sherman,

277.
Michigan colleges, agricultural, 3, 6, 224,

710; branches of U, M., 527; college
afterwards Marshall, 237; early colleges
in, 545; Huron Institute history, 527;
seminary Kalamazoo history, 533-534;

university opened to women, 172.
Michigan Industrial School for Boys, form-

erly Reform School, 679, 680; music by,
1, 17, 19, 43, 44, 46.

Michigan lake, location, 629; name, 440-
Michigan papers, address on U. of M. by

Pres. Hutchins, 46, 47; boundaries by
G, H. Cannon, 163-168; counties history
and names, 4, 439-478; Dutch pioneers,
204-212; Early Emigration paper cited,
12; early life in, 672-677; History in
Schools, 618-623; history of Southern
railroads, 498-501; Loss, address by J.
Greusel, 44-46; Michigan and Huron In-
stitute history, 527-533; public school
system founded by Crary & Pierce, 221 -
230; share in improved transporation
east and west, 589-609; Southern set-

tlement of, 539-579.
Michigan Pioneer and Historical Society,

appropriation for, vetoed by Gov. Os-
born, 42, 51; books of, commended, 6,
50, 59, 623; contents, 20; distribution
of, 6, 7, 20; death of members, 8, 22;
gifts to museum, 6, 53, 54, 76, 114, 212,
322-324; needs of, papers, 37, 579, 580;
new members, 7, 52; museum condition,
51, 580; described, 44, 45; gifts and loans,
23, 24, 53, 54, 112; paid Mrs. Babbitt for
collections, 25; value to state, 44-46;
officers elected, 4, 18, 48; organization of,
6, 7, 30, 556; reports meetings, 1-55; re-
port of secretary, 6-11, 21-24, 43, 50-54;
resolution regarding books and society,
48; tribute to by Gov. Warner, 731;
value to the state, 44-46; work com-
mended, 6, 7, 35, 42, 46, 204; work of

outlined, 20, 21.
Michigan railroads, see Railroads.
Michigan School for Blind, music by, 47;

gave flowers, 6.
Michigan School for Deaf and Dumb,

recitation by, 12.
Michigan Soldiers' Home Grand Rapids,

66, 67.
Michigan Surveyors and Engineers Asso-

ciation, discussed invention Burt's com-

pass, 117.
Michilimackinac, 85 see Mackinaw.
Michilimackinac county, see Chippewa.
Michilimackinac Island, 448 see Mackinac.
Midas, Indian priests, 285.
Middleville, (Dibbleville Thornapple) loca-

tion, 654, 655.
Midland county, organized and named, 456,

458.
Midwinter meeting, report, Flint, 12-16;

Kalamazoo, 29, 41, 50.
Mikenauk, (Turtle) Ottawa chief, 469.
Mikenauk, former name Roscommon

county, 469.
Miles, Maria, Mrs., (Miss Carey) presented

mother's umbrella to museum, 24, 170,

171.
Miles, T. L. P., Mr. and Mrs., gift and loan

to museum, 9, 10.
Milham, Frank H., mayor Kalamazoo, 730.
Military department, gift to museum, 53;

to M. P. & H. S., 580; rate of interest,

103.
Monguagon, Indian village name, 570.
Monroe, Francis, pioneer Howell, 187, 189,

190.

645.

matters in Howell, 185; roads established,

594.
Mill carding, first Three Rivers, 423; dis-

tance to, 642; early Howell, 188; fanning
first in county, 641; first at Comstock, 40;
saw description early, 214; stone built

by Jesse Crowell, 214.
Millard, -, Three Rivers, 421.
Millard, Alfred L., quoted, 480, 482.
Millard, Elisha, capt., river boats, 431.
Millard, J. B., foundryman, 432, 434.
Millard, Joseph B., millwright, Three Rivers,

422.
Miller, Charles L., Mr. and Mrs., 54.
Miller, Delphine, Mrs., loaned lace-work to

society, 9.
Miller, Hugh, geologist, 114.
Miller, O. W., Detroit pioneer, 640.
Milles, —, Mrs., (Mary Julia Grant) 340.
Millington, —, Dr., (Albion) bill, 703.
Mills, A. J., Mrs., (Florence G.) Kalamazoo,

39, 734.
Mills, L., Rev., 184.
Mills, Sam, eccentric costume, 350.
Milwaukee schooner, capt., murdered, 161;

wrecked and cargo saved, 161.
Mineral specimens, presented museum, 9.
Mining, Michigan history needed of, 151.
Ministers, early salary, 183, 688; pioneer

Howell, 182-185.
Minong Island, name for Isle Royale, loca-

tion, 475; meaning, 476.
Mingoes, Iroquois name for other Indians,

453.
Minutes of meetings, 1-55.
Mirrors, of tin, 330.
Missaukee, Ottawa chief, meaning name,

467.
Missaukee county, meaning of name, 467.
Mission at St. Joseph, 456; at St. Ignace

established by Marquette, 90; Baptist at
Grand Rapids, 66; first in Michigan, 509;
established by Marquette, 470; McCoy,
639, 648; Slater, 639; Thomas, 639.
Missionaries, early, 196, 197; privations,

169, 170.
Missisaging, (Missessauga) meaning of, 467.
Missouri Historical Society, gifts to society,

24.
Mitchell, Lucinda, (Mrs. Aaron Hinsdale)

171.
Mitchell, Maria, astronomer, 171.
Mitchell, S. Augustus, made maps of Michi-

gan, 138, 450, 452, 468, 473, 475, 595, 634.
Moab, village near Three Rivers, 417.
Moffitt, Orlando, Dr., Battle Creek, name

should be Moffatt, 284.
Moisac, France, location, 107.
Moll, —, map maker, 450; name given to

Lake Michigan, 443.
Monaghan, -, Rev., priest at Flint, 513.
Monetee, 468 see Manistee river.
Money, counterfeited for Indians, 670;

early safety of, 33, 34; interest on high,
72; issued by Daniel Ball, 72; necessity

Monroe, Henry 0., pioneer Howell, 190.
Monroe, James, U. S. sec. state, president,

449, 503; opinion of Michigan, 546;

visited Detroit, 446.
Monroe, James, postmaster Kalamazoo, 33.
Monroe, Jay R., judge Van Buren pioneer,
Monroe, Lemuel, sketch, 186, 187.
Monroe, Luana, 183.
Monroe, city first to ship flour, 562; had

branch U. of M., 529; leading city south-

ern Mich., 1836, 93; population, 562.
Monroe county, early settlements, 566, 567;

extent, 573; organized and named, 446,

562; settlement of, 561, 562.
Montague, L. S., 181.
Montauban, France, location, 105, 107.
Montcalm, Louis Joseph, gen. Marquis de,

656; sketch, 458.
Montcalm county, organized and named,

456, 458.
Monteith, John, Rev., started U. of Detroit;

salary, 532.
Montgaillard de, Pierre Mauquie, (Mrs.

Anne (Perette) Laumet) 110.
Montgomery, Robert M., supreme justice,

gave biography Daniel McCoy, 2.
Montmorency de, Henri XI Duke, lieut.

gen, Canada, 467.
Montmorency, —, Laval de, 467 see Mont-

morency Laval.
Montmorency county, formerly Cheono-

quet, meaning of name, 467.
Montreal, journey from to Detroit, 325.
Monument at Ada to Rix Robinson, 672;

erected to Aunt Laura Haviland in
Adrian, 3; to soldiers Three Rivers, 429,

430, see also Boulders.
Moody, Philema, Mrs., (Mrs. E. P. Hast-

ings) 645.

Moore, —, Mrs., (Jeanette Fisher) 534.
Moore, Alfred B., 436.
Moore, Burroughs, (Burrows) postmaster

Three Rivers, 427, 430, 436; built arks,

431; built hotel Shanty Row, 428.
Moore, Charles, biography Senator McMil-

lan cited, 6.
Moore, E. J., of Moore & Prutzman, 423.
Moore, Sanford S., pioneer Howell, 191.
Moore, Thomas L., Hon., 624.
Moore & Prutzman, (E. J. Moore) mill, 423,

432.
Moran, Louis, married Miss May, 98; sketch,

98.
Moran, Therese, (Mrs. Louis Campau, sr.)
Moravian settlement, location, 446.
More, Stephen S., pioneer Howell, 191.
More, William, pioneer Howell, 191.
Moreau, James, landlord and trader, 659;

65.

Munson, Ferdinand W., pioneer Howell,

181, 193.
Murder, proof of, 201; rare among Indians,

318.
Murderer, traced by Indian chief, 63.
Murphy, Timothy J., Rev., Father, mem-

ber society, 7.
Murray, James, capt. gen. gov. Quebec, 134.
Murray, William, 128 see Lord Mansfield.
Mus-co-desh, (Prairie) Indian tribe, ex-

tinction by Ottawas, 319.
Muski so wan-que-sake, 661 see Thorn-

apple lake.
Museum, British records, 131.
Museum, see Mich. Pion. & His. Soc.
Museums, value of, 44-46.
Muskegon city, called Sawdust City, 682;

size, 103.
Muskegon county, meaning name, 473.
Muskegon river, names and meaning of,

473.

Music, celebrated peace news, 336; modern

style, 696.
Musicians, in Cadillac's time, 333.
Musson, Elijah, pioneer Howell, 194.
Myers, Albert C., exhibit cited, 26.
Mysteries of Baldoon, 81.

methods of trade, 661; trading post on
Bull Prairie called Skin Wigwam, 660,

668.
Morey, Louisa, Mrs., (Mrs. J. L. Cooper) at

railroad opening Adrian, 494.
Morley, Frederick, commissioner immi-

gration, 726.
Morlan, Jacob, Cass pioneer, 638.
Mormonism, hold in Michigan, 472.
Morris, Dolphin, first settler Van Buren

county, 637, 638, 642, 645.
Morris, Elias, 638.
Morris, Gouverneur, started Erie Canal, 143,
Morris, Lewis Creighton, first white child

born in Van Buren county, 638.
Morris, Samuel, jr., 638.
Morris, Samuel, sr., Van Buren pioneer, 637,

638.
Morrisey, Loretta, 15.
Morrison, Charles, Baldoon settler, 79.
Morrison, William V., 241.
Morse, -, Mrs., weaver, 676.
Morse, Charles H., 434.
Morse, Elvira, 183.
Morse, J. C., bankers Three Rivers, 426.
Morse, James, gave vocal solo, 43.
Morse, Jedediah (J), father of American

Geography, 629, 630.
Morse, Price, 183.
Morse, Samuel F. B., inventor, 629.
Morse & Griffith, 426, 427.
Mosher, Errick, Rev., salary, 183,
Mosquitoes, bane of settlers, 297.
Moss, Chester, questionable business

methods, 215, 216.
Moss, Ira, 420.
Moss, Platner, defendant, 221, 260; judg-

ment against, 265.
Mott, Elijah T., 283,
Mott, Isaac, 282.
Moulton, -, Mr., witnessed destruction

wildcat money, 161.
Mt. Clemens, New Gnadenhutten) Mora-

vians settlement, 446; described, 564,

565; founded by Clemens, 342.
Mower, George and Mrs., (Lottie) gifts to

museum, 9.
Mrak, Ignatius, Bishop Marquette, 512.
Mud Creek, called Nagwahtick creek, 665.
Muckatawagoosh, (Black Fox) Indian chief,

670.
Muckwa Lake, 648 see Walloon.
Mull Isle, described, 79, 80; emigration

from, 79.
Mullett, —, (son) evidence in compass case,

117.
Mullett, John, contested Burt's invention

compass, 117.
Munday, Ezra I., pioneer Howell, 188.
Munger, Edith G., Mrs., member society, 7.
Munger, Tillotson, early teacher, 648.
Municipal Michigan ownership of railroads,

100, 147, 497, 501; history on needed,

151.
Munroe girls, four sisters at meeting, 43.
Munson, —, Three Rivers pioneer, 433.

Nagwahtick, 665 see Mud Creek.
Names, Indian, 64; Michigan counties,

paper by W. L. Jenks, 4, 18, 439-478;
proposed for division of Mich, into states,

440.
Nantounagon, 471 see Ontanagon.
National affairs, Marshall's part in, 244-

256.
National hotel, location, 99, 494.
National Museum, report exchange, 54.
National road, formerly Cumberland, 147.
Nativity, noted Michigan men, 573, 574.
Navarre de, Robert, Royal Notary, 333.
Nazareth Academy, Kalamazoo, enter-

tained M. P. and His. Soc., 36, 37, 50;

vote of thanks to, 41.
Neely, John R., Howell pioneer Mason, 178.
Neenizu, meaning of name, 466.
Negonce, (bright) Indian girl, 62.
Negonce, Lowell hotel, 62.
Negroes, number in Detroit, 557.
Negwegon, 461 see Alcona.
Nelson, Theodore, Rev., death reported,

533.

Ne-Magin-a-Swot, Indian, 488.
Neuer, --, Quaker family, 481.
Newaygo, Chippewa chief, meaning of

name, 468.
Newaygo county, origin of name, 468.
New England, part in Mich. settlement,

578; share in Mich. population, 573.
Newequa Geezig, 670 see Noonday.
New Gnadenhutten, changed to Mt. Cle-

mens, 446.
Newlighter, name for Van Raalte, 205.
Newman, William, pioneer Howell, 194.
New Orleans, first steamboat 1810 on Mis-

sissippi, 144.

work for society, 1, 4, 18, 48, 50; illness
deplored, 41; initial imperfectly given
J., 14; notes, 526, 527; report of National
His. Soc. cited, 14, 16; vote of thanks to

for midwinter success, 41.
Oceana county, organized and named, 456,

458.
Officers, first in Howell, 178; history of
methods needed, 151; Michigan Pioneer

& Historical Society elected, 4, 18, 48.
O'Flynn, -, Mrs., Grand Rapids, 102.
Ogden, John, postmaster Three Rivers, 427.
Ogemaw, Chippewa chief, 468.
Ogemaw county, origin of name, 468.
Ogemaw-ki-keto, (chief speaker) 468.
Ohio, boundary trouble with Michigan, 507,

625.

Ohio Company of Associates organization,

140, 141, 507.
Ohio Historical Society, exchange, 54,
Ohio lands, disposition of, 137; lands in

Canada, 136; lands taken from Michigan,

470.

9.

Newspaper, Adrian 1840, 483; aided settle-

ment, 576; articles on pioneers presented
society, 23; Detroit papers aids to settle-
ments, 576; early in Detroit, 554; early
in Kalamazoo cited, 34; first in Hastings,
650; given society by editors, 54; in
Benzie county, 300; Niles Mirror files
destroyed, 58; old source of history, 56;
pioneer Howell, 180; presented society
by Dr. Von Rosenberg, 9; state sent to
Kansas Historical society, 58; Sentinel
Monroe, aided settlements, 576; Three

Rivers, 426; vote of thanks to, 41,
News, how promulgated, 333.
New York, part in Michigan settlement,

577.
Niagara Falls, beauty of, 81.
Nicols, -, express manager, 284.
Nichols, Samuel S., Mrs., (Miss Atlee) 280.
Nicholson, A. 0. P., letters to Gen. Cass

cited, 261, 269.
Nicollet, Jean, first white man on Lake

Michigan, 440.
Nigger Town, runaway slave settlement in

Marshall, 257.
Niles Mirror, Michigan, files destroyed, 58.
Noble, Diodatus, nativity, 573.
Noble, Harvey, had only horses in town-

ship, 290.
Noble, I. A., Dr., supt. Kalamazoo Asylum,

730.
Noble, Sary Ann, Mrs., (Harvey) 290.
Nominating committee of society, 3, 4, 18,

48.
Noonday, (Ne wequa Geezig) Ottawa chief,

sketch, 670.
Norbertines, 516 see Premonstratensian.
Norris, Lyman D., pupil U. of M. 1841, 530.
Northern railroad, owned by state, 147.
North Lansing, population 1847, 737.
Northrup, Enos, time trip from Ann Arbor

to Detroit, 594, 595.
Northwest, government organized, 443;

history foundation of, 130; part of U, S.

map illustration, 628.
Norton, Isaac, pioneer Howell, 194.
Norvell, John, attorney, 261.
Norwich, Mich., deserted village, 684;

mine early in Ontonagon county, 684.
Notipekago, former name Mason county,

467.
Notipekago river, 467 see Pere Marquette,
Nundnorgan, (Nindonogan) 471 see Onta-

nagon.
Nurse, Mrs. Carey in civil war, 169.
Oakes, Charles, early fur trader, 96, 97.
Oakes, Charles H., Mrs., (Julia Beaulieu,)

(Boliou) sketch, 96; Indian name Tee-

gaushau, 96.
Oakland county, organized and named,

449, 450; pioneer society, 4; population

1830, 456."
Oakley, --, New York attorney, 126.
Oaths, none in Indian language, 63.
O'Brien, Frank A., Rev., Dean, committee

Ojibwa, spoken by J. S. Hooker, 64.
Okemos, Chippewa chief nephew of Pontiac,
Okemos, John, son of chief, 9.
Okkuddo, former name Otsego county, 469,
O'Leary, -, Dr., phrenologist, 315.
Oleson, Sigurd, Mrs., (Daisy A. Aplin) 678.
Olney, Horace, major, member society, 7.
O'Malley, Charles, “Irish Dragon," named

counties, 461,
Omeena county, name and meaning of

Grand Traverse, 465.
Onderdonk, B. T., Bishop, 699.
Ontonagon county, origin of name, 471.
Ord, James, pretended son of George IV,

694.

Ormsby, Caleb N., first doctor Adrian, 483;

promoted railroad, 493; sketch, 497.
Osborn, Chase S., gov, commends work of

historical society, 35; letter to J. D.
Clement, 35; letter to Mrs. Dingley read,

36; vetoed appropriation society, 42, 51.
Osborn, Martha, Mrs., teacher, 532.
Osborn, Parker, 281.
Osborn vs. Lindow, 451.
Osceola, Seminole Florida chief, 468; mean-

ing of name, 468, 469.
Osceola county, originally l'nwattin mean-

ing of name, 468, 469.
Oscoda county, meaning of name, 469.
Osler, William, Dr., 693.
Oswald, Richard, British representative of

1782 treaty, 132, 133, 135-138; sketch,

133.
Oswegatchie, boat Capt. Rossman, 287.
Otis, George L., sketch, 524.
Otjen, Christian, debt to Aunt Emily

Ward, 588.
Otjen, Theobold, congressman Wis., debt

to Aunt Emily Ward, 588, 589.
Otsego county, formerly Okkuddo, meaning

of name, 469.

Ottawa county, election held at Grand

Rapids, 99.
Ottawa county, organized and named, 456,

458, 459.
Ottawa, Indian tribe, annihilate Mush co

desh, 319; county named for, 458, 459;
origin of name, 458, 459; war with Chip

pewas, 318; trading post, 639.
Ottawawa, former name Lake Huron, 459.
Otter Creek, rivaled Monroe, 563.
(wash te nong see bee, Indian name for

Grand river, 60, 659.
Owen, —, Mr., 26.
Owen, Electra, (Mrs. E. P. Hastings) 645.
Owen, B. F., Mrs., (Abba) protege of Aunt

Emily, 586.
Owen, Orville, Dr., called Rosebud, De-

troit, 588.
Owen, T. C., Ypsilanti, 588.
Oughton, ship brought Baldoon settlers, 780.
Ounipigou, 440 see Winnebagos.
Oven, bake, presented society, 23.
Oxen, number used to plow, 424.

717.

Pacific Coast History, exchange books, 54.
Paddock, Benjamin N., Right Rev., bishop

Massachusetts, 699.
Page, —, Father pioneer North Lansing,

737.
Page, –, history Ottawa county quoted,

207, 208.
Page, Curtis, Tecumseh pioneer, 478.
Paine, John Howard, author, 244.
Palmer, Friend, 97; death reported, 8.
Palmer, George C., Dr., supt. Kalamazoo

Asylum, 729.
Palmer, T, R., A, M., prof. Kalamazoo In-

stitute, 532.
Palmer, Thomas W., U. S. senator, 28,

555; congratulations on 80th birthday,
12; reply, 15; furnished biography Rev.

Cooper, 4.
Pamphlet, “Founder of St. Louis,” pre-

sented society, 24,
Panics, Michigan history needed on, 151.
Panther, encounter with, 674.
Papers, in volume thirty-eight, see table of

contents.
Papers, needed on Michigan subjects for

history, 150-152.
Paquin, L. P., Rev., Father Ludington,

515,
Paris, marked Franklin's home, 132, 133.
Park, John, pioneer Howell, 192.
Parke, Ezra Smith, M. D., 348.
Parke, Ezra Smith, Mrs., (Rhoda Sperry)

348.
Parke, Hervey Coke, jr., 348.
Parke, Hervey Coke, sr., sketch, 348.
Parke, Hervey Coke, Mrs., (Frances A.

Hunt) second wife, (Mary M. Mead) 348.
Parke, Ira Sperry, 348.
Parke, Lyman M., 348.
Parke, Marie Louise, 348.
Parke, Davis & Co., 348.
Parker, J. J. A., editor, 426.

Parker, L. B., Mrs., tribute to Aunt Emily

Ward, 589.
Parker, N. Augustus, death reported, 8.
Parker, William, defendant, 221, 260; suit

discontinued, 265.
Parkman, Francis, subject of Rev. Jenkin

Lloyd Jones' address, 6.
Parmelee, Abner C., Hastings pioneer, 646.
Parmelee, George E., pupil U. of M. 1841,

529.
Parties, political, amalgamation of, 271,

272; social change in entertainments,

309; description, 306-308.
Patchen, Frances L., (Mrs. H. H. Aplin)

678.
Patchen, Malcolm B., 678.
Patriot War, sketch of cited, 101.
Patten, A. J., Prof., gave vocal solo, 17.
Pattengill, Henry R., secretary society, 4,

12, 18, 48; address outlined, 13; reports,

6-11, 17, 21-24, 43, 50-54.
Patterson, David, 717.
Patterson, David, Mrs., (Harriet Waite)
Patterson, Frank, Dr., 718.
Patterson, George Leo, Rev., 718.
Patterson, John C., judge, death reported,

22, 53; elected state senator, 717; Mar-
shall men and measures, 220-279; memoir,
43, 717, 718; presented books to museum,
9; secured Isaac E. Crary's portrait for

society, 718.
Patterson, John C., Mrs., (Minnie Ward)

717.
Patterson, Moses, colored auction bell-

ringer Marshall, 245.
Patterson, William, 717.
Pattinson, Richard, question of ownership

slaves, 127, 128.
Pattinson, Richard, Mrs., (Ellen Askin)

341.
Pawnett, Indian chief adopted Gabriel

Bissonette, 506.
Paw Paw, formerly Lafayette, 637.
Paw Paw, (paupau, pa paw, pa pa ya) tree,
Pay, M. Agnes Burton for editorial work, 25;

collections of Mrs. Babbitt, 25; Mr. and
Mrs. Fox editorial work, 25; Mr. Greusel

editorial work, 25.
Payson, —, Rev., Dr., 182.
Paxson, Frederick L., Gateways of the old

Northwest, 139-148, 507.
Peace, celebration Detroit, 505; news how

brought to Detroit, 335.
Peach belt, location, 163.
Peach Orchard post, location, 663.
Peach trees, planted by Indians, 663.
Pearsall, Alanson, death reported, 8.
Peck, George W., bought Gov's. chairs for

Masons, 322, 323; sketch, 324,
Peck, H. B., Mrs., chairman D, A, R. com-

mittee, 36.
Peck, J. M., 463.
Pecnagut de, Jeanne, (Mrs. Jean Laumet)

mother of Cadillac, 110.

485.

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